College Football parlay picks: Week 5 five-team parlay pays 24/1!
Week 5 College Football action is here! A College Football parlay is a great way to incorporate several games from a huge slate of action and have some fun with the chance of hitting big. Three sides and two totals pays huge odds of +2438 with FanDuel Sportsbook.
Let’s get into Saturday’s free College Football parlay picks. Feel free to add, subtract or mix and match plays which you like!
Alabama -18 vs. Texas A&M
In 10 games at home under Nick Saban where the Crimson Tide has been favored by 17 or more, they’ve gone 7-3 against the spread. Alabama’s starters also played unreal football last week, leading Missouri 35-3 before being taken out. Texas A&M was another story. In a game favored by 31.5 last week, they only won 17-12-playing horribly on offense and turning the ball over three times. If they continue to turn the ball over, they have no chance to cover this spread against Alabama. The Tide has beaten the Aggies by an average margin of 20.5 points over the past two seasons. View full game preview.
Jacksonville State +26.5 @ Florida State
The Seminoles have been atrocious and just lost to their in-state rivals Miami last week, 52-10. This is unacceptable, but at the same time, not having their head coach on the sideline was a huge factor. The Seminoles’ defense was absolutely terrible and even against an FCS school like Jacksonville State, I do not see them improving over the course of a week. The Gamecocks will play their season opener after a mediocre season in 2019. This play is more about fading a Seminoles team that has shown a lack of enthusiasm. They cannot even win a game against Georgia Tech, so how I am supposed to believe they will all of a sudden win a game by four touchdowns? I am not buying this FSU team at all, so I’m taking the Gamecocks to keep it within four scores. View full game preview.
Vanderbilt +21 vs. LSU
Vanderbilt’s defensive line, led by NFL prospect Dayo Odeyingbo, caused problems for Texas A&M’s offensive line last week. Expect more of the same this week against an LSU offensive line who had problems against Mississippi State last week. The Tigers are a much different team than last year and it showed last week. They allowed 44 points and the most passing yards in a game in SEC history. Vanderbilt will not be able to do that but they will be able to keep the game close enough to cover this spread. LSU will win but the spread will be close. View full game preview.
Ole Miss @ Kentucky – Under 63.5
This game should be very low paced by the choice of the Kentucky Wildcats’ play style. They are going to run the ball and work the clock. Ole Miss has hit the under in four out of their last six games. Because of the expected pace of this game, this one is unlikely to be high scoring. Kentucky has cashed the under in seven of their last eight SEC games and the under is 5-0 in Ole Miss’s last five games facing a straight-up loss. Expect a total score of around 45-51 and for the under to cash. View full game preview.
Missouri @ Tennessee – Under 49.5
Missouri have hit the under in six of their last seven games dating back to last season. The Tigers have also hit the under in each of the last five games they played in week 5 of the college football schedule. The Tennessee Volunteers have hit the under in five of their last six games. The total has gone under in 12 of Tennessee’s last 18 games played in week 5. Expect Missouri to struggle against the starters of Tennessee and for the total to hit easily. View full game preview.